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Ahmed ABDELFATTAH

  • PhD
  • Ain Shams University Faculty of Science
  • 10PublicationsNumber of items in Ahmed's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

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Research interests

cognitive sciencemachine learninganalogical reasoningformal concept analysisconcept blendingsketch recognitionartificial intelligencecomputer science

About

I am a Computer Science lecturer at the Mathematics Department, the Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. My professional experience is mainly at university teaching, training, and scientific research. This covers a plethora of activities that range from lecturing at different institutions in Egypt, USA, and Germany, delivering scientific talks and presentations in international venues around the globe, to organizing and coordinating scientific and training events. I received an excellent with honors B.Sc. degree (in pure mathematics and computer science) and an M.Sc. degree (in computer science), both from Ain Shams University, Cairo, before being awarded a scholarship from the DAAD to eventually obtain a magna cum laude Ph.D. (in Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence) from the Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrück, Germany. I am an active member of some professional groups as well as NPOs. Furthermore, I coauthored and published many scientific articles, attended lots of soft-skill courses, visited several countries, and received a variety of personal awards. See also: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ahmed_Abdel-Fattah

Publications (5)

  • Theory blending: extended algorithmic aspects and examples

    • Martinez M
    • Abdel-Fattah A
    • Krumnack U
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  • Algorithmic aspects of theory blending

    • Martinez M
    • Krumnack U
    • Smaill A
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  • Sketch learning by analogy

    • Krumnack U
    • Schwering A
    • Kühnberger K
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  • An argument for an analogical perspective on rationality & decision-making

    • Besold T
    • Gust H
    • Krumnack U
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  • Towards a domain-independent computational framework for theory blending

    • Martinez M
    • Besold T
    • Abdel-Fattah A
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Professional experience

faculty of science ain shams university